Italian music stars died in Parkinson's disease

Here are 1 famous musicians from Italy died in Parkinson's disease:

Bruno Lauzi

Bruno Lauzi (August 8, 1937 Asmara-October 24, 2006 Peschiera Borromeo) also known as Lauzi, Bruno was an Italian film score composer, writer, singer-songwriter, poet, actor and politician. He had one child, Maurizio Lauzi.

His albums include I grandi successi originali, La tartaruga, Tra cielo e mare: La Liguria dei poeti, Margherita / Se tu sapessi, Ritornerai / Fa' come ti pare, Ti ruberò and .

Lauzi started his music career in the 1960s and was associated with the "Genoa school" of songwriters, which was characterized by their use of local Genovese dialect and their focus on poetic lyricism. Some of his most famous songs include "Ritornerai", "Amore caro, amore bello", and "Genova per noi". Apart from his successful music career, Lauzi was also an accomplished writer and published several books of poetry and essays.

In addition to his artistic pursuits, Lauzi was also involved in politics and was a member of the Italian Socialist Party. He served several terms as a city councilor in his hometown of Genoa and was involved in various social causes in his community.

Lauzi passed away in 2006 at the age of 69 from respiratory failure. Despite his untimely death, his legacy continues to live on through his music, literature, and his contributions to Italian society.

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